Banon Resorts Manali
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... reached rohtang only to find to our horror that there was not even a bit of snow. Paid an exorbitant amount of 2000 for two horses to trek up the hill..Local people were preparing Maggi noodles and charged Rs60 per plate..literally fed up..on the way down, got caught in traffic jam for about 2 hours and it rained :-( ...covered up Rani Nala and rahala water falls on the way down. Missed solong Valley...Terrible day without food
Day 3 - Sep ...
... weight and room in my luggage. Numerous venders attempted to sell me "pashmina" shawls and so forth but I am glad my need for those have been fulfilled already. The jewelry was cute too but again, those are almost of disposable quality that is so not worth their weight in the luggage. I wondered for close to an hour without any great find and decided to head back home. I have done quite a bit of walking today and am rather tired and covered in dust. I'll go to Vashist ...
... wanted to see him the next day then I'd have to queue up at 2pm that afternoon for a ticket. I got there at 1.30 just be sure and was still in a line along with a monk, a policeman, some people who looked older than the healer and a Russian couple who had discovered him the year before and were back for more. 2pm came and I was eventually handed a ticket with the number 14 on it, happy days. So tomorrow a very old man is going to stare at my wee and ...
We have just finished our volunteering, and as I write this, I'm sat on a mini bus to leh, its 4.45am, and we have been on the bus for 28 hours now, we are broken down and in the middle of nowhere, More about this little adventure later! So volunteering was an absolute blast, the children tried their damnedest at every task set, and showered us with leaving cards on our last day, not to mention raps and songs they had made up, the kids were truly amazing, if only kids in the ...
... the beauty. Once we completed the more simple trek down, we refreshed in Mini Israel and visited the main Dalai Lama temple in Mcleodganj, an exceptionally beautiful mountain town full of Tibetan influence. For the rest of the afternoon, after realizing we would not be receiving a private session with the Dalai Lama, we wandered the streets in search of Tibetan shawls and Himalayan beauty products until our bus departed for the India we have come to know so ...